from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Geometric qualities or properties.
- n. A pattern or design characterized by the use of geometric figures: Bright geometrics enhance the cloth's appearance.
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- n. A design made from geometric figures
- n. The geometric characteristics of something
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It featured giant electrical floats and “human geometrics of bodies reminiscent of the mass choreography typical of Nazism.”
Munk á csi managed to make art out of fashion photography and many of his fashion images highlight the photographer's constant attention to geometrics and aesthetics.
It's got floral, paisleys, geometrics, folk art designs, and something called conversationals, only we call it "clip art" now.
Beautiful floral prints, one with large tulips on it, and blue-and-white swirly prints like the ocean, and if you like geometrics, they had those too.
In the 1960s and '70s, interior designer David Hicks often used bold geometrics.
Braquenié was established in the 1800s, and the breadth of the company archive is astonishing, from Victorian acanthus-leaf carpets that one associates with grand hotels to geometrics and more modern designs.
The geometrics of man-made, Vorticist shapes mingle haphazardly with biological structures.
Stacked towers of freshly dusted siliconed bus glass pillars refracted ice blue light and tiny geometrics with their rough edges … the smells of homemade pasta sauce permeated his place.
Attribution for the special nuclear material could take up to six months, but there are certain design geometrics that lead us to believe the weapon is of Soviet origin.
The Wares: Mr. Adler mines the past for punchy prints — Greek keys, fanciful brocades, nautical ropes, David Hicks-ian geometrics — which he updates.